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My Little Princess Hat

By: Samah Salam from myaccessorybox.net
Updated September 03, 2018
My Little Princess Hat
My Little Princess Hat

♥ Materials Crochet hook: 4 mm/ G 50-100 grams/ Alize cotton gold 2 different colors. As preferred. Tapestry Needle\ Sewing Needle Markers Scissors ♥ Sizes Size 1: 0-4 months Size 2: 4-8 months Size 3: 8-12 months ♥ Level Beginner. ♥ Stitches used st(s) – stitch(es) sls – slip stitch ch(s) – chain (s) sc(s) – single crochet(s) hdc(s) – half double crochet(s) dc(s)- double crochet(s) dc2tc(s) – double crochet 2 together ♥ This Pattern includes Detailed written pattern Size chart.

Beginner

Crochet HookG/6 or 4 mm hook

Yarn Weight(4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)

Crochet Gauge20 stitches + 11 rows of dcs = 10X10 cms

Finished SizeSize 1: 0-4 months Size 2: 4-8 months Size 3: 8-12 months

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Love this My Little Princess Hat! The crown edging sets this one off. I like the different textures in this one, that will make for a nice warm cozy hat. She doesn't say what kind of yarn she uses, but I'm thinking a soft baby yarn will work. The written pattern is well written and easy to follow and understand. I'm looking forward to making this cute little hat. Thank you for sharing.

This is a very dainty hat thats still within most Beginners abilities. The 2DC Together stitches take the place of an actual Puff Stitch, and the Picot is a wonderfully useful stitch to have in your repetoire. Scroll past the instructions and youll find a similarly worked version for a little boy as well as her very intriguing Star Blanket Wrap!

It looks like she used Alize gold cotton to make this hat, which I have never heard of. I would say you could just use any cotton yarn, such as peaches and cream or sugar and cream, depending on where you shop. This would be the perfect gift for someones new little princess.

Am I missing something in the pattern notes? I was interested in finding out what yarn she used for the sample, and I cannot find it anywhere. The beanie looks like a princess crown because of the adorable picots along the bottom edge. It is understated, yet at the same time makes an impact!

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